How many of you remember the name of the driver when Princess Di died. Don’t be pious and hypocritical. How many of us would have read a single para para about child killed in road tragedy, huh… by using the star’s name there is some modicum of attention…writes Bikram Vohra
I am sorry for the four year old girl who was killed in an accident. That film actress Hema Malini was in the other car is mutually exclusive from the tragedy and it is very unpleasant and unfair to read about the twisted way in which the car accident is being projected.
I read one piece in the Indian media about how they are talking about Hema and not the unknown girl. How many of you remember the name of the driver when Princess Di died. Don’t be pious and hypocritical. How many of us would have read a single para para about child killed in road tragedy, huh… by using the star’s name there is some modicum of attention.
But to pre-empt justice with this new vigilante mindset is scary. She wasn’t driving. She wasn’t drunk. She has been badly hurt. The statements of both drivers and an investigation are needed.
Above all, since there is no police report on who was at fault you cannot accuse people because they sit in a Mercedes.
This whole ‘foreign’ car is getting out of hand and we are hounding innocent people.
The way some of them are going on you would think Hema Malini got into car and planned the accident. If she is taking care of the family who lost their child she doesn’t have to by law. Good for her.
Also, if the police and ambulance services were star struck, don’t blame her. We are an idiot people when it comes to venerating celluloid heroes and heroines.
Sometimes you get the feeling that beneath the surface we are a seeing a social tectonic upheaval based on the rich and the poor and a a rage that has no boundaries.
If we had label the mode I’d say destructive and petty.